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Author Topic: About TP:P  (Read 1568 times)

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Alein_Atryda_III

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About TP:P
« on: February 19, 2006, 07:15:39 PM »
I am using only since 2-3 days ago and I already like it:x

Even tough there are some faults:

1) when I make new block it jumps somewhere beetwen other blocks, it's making some mess:x It would be better if it just went at the end of them all:x
And block moving could be done as emotes moving in SMF.

2) It might be bug, but not too big I think:x I accessed someones forum which used TP as well and it recognised me as logged in:x I couldn't do anything but still... Or was it because of possible identical names of cookies? :o

3) TP theme changer makes it impossible to f.e. revert everyone to some theme. I tried, didn't work:x Or at least it didn't want to revert me._.

4) You're good! TP is good! Themes I found here are nice! Ack, this ain't a fault @_@

5) I totally don't like the way Content block was done:x It could have been done similar to boards/categories in SMF and there could be some collapsibility.

Well, anyway it's fast(enough for me:P), nice and easy to use. I am staying with TP for some more time, wee:x

Edit: And too bad button generator can't generate polish fonts:( But it will save me alot of work anyway:D
« Last Edit: February 19, 2006, 07:18:38 PM by Alein_Atryda_III »

Xarcell

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Re: About TP:P
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2006, 09:48:00 AM »
I also would like to see the content block setup be similair to the boards/catagories in SMF. makes it more user friendly, and lowers the learning curve.

I also like the idea of some collapsibility menu headers/catagories. If you understand what I'm talking about.

Use thsi site for example:

Allow projects, Themes, and Showcase with teh links under it to be collapsable.